Q: Is the shape of a house a rigid shape?

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This is a misguided question since a pentagon is NOT a rigid shape.

A rigid shape is when you cant push/pull on it and make it turn into a different shape. You can make shapes rigid by adding "braces", which are lines that you put inside the shape to make triangles (which are rigid). For instance, a square is notrigid. To make it rigid, you would put a brace inside diagonally. This would create TWO triangles, and therefore, rigid. ~xDragonx

It is a 2D shape

a non rigid is a square and a hexagon

No.

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yes a pentagon is a rigid shape * * * * * I am afraid that it is not.

This is a misguided question since a pentagon is NOT a rigid shape.

A rigid shape is when you cant push/pull on it and make it turn into a different shape. You can make shapes rigid by adding "braces", which are lines that you put inside the shape to make triangles (which are rigid). For instance, a square is notrigid. To make it rigid, you would put a brace inside diagonally. This would create TWO triangles, and therefore, rigid. ~xDragonx

liquids are Not rigid in shape, but DO have a fixed volume

It is a 2D shape

a non rigid is a square and a hexagon

No it is not: any shape with four or more sides which are connected pair-wise is not rigid.

No it is not: any shape with four or more sides which are connected pair-wise is not rigid.

No.

The most rigid shape that you can make out of straight pieces is the triangle.

A diamond is not a rigid shape unless it has a brace. A brace is a diagonal line you put inside shapes to make them rigid. Triangles are rigid so if you put a brace in a square to make two triangles the square is now rigid.